Fear of the Animal Planet
The Hidden History of Animal Resistance
Jason Hribal & Jeffrey St. Clair (intro.) 2010 162p 5 x 8
“’Until the lion has his historian,’ the African proverb goes, ‘the hunter will always be a hero.’ Jason Hribal fulfills this promise and turns the world upside down. Taking the reader deep inside the circus, the zoo, and similar operations, he provides a window into the hidden struggle and resistance that occurs daily. Chimpanzees escape their cages. Elephants attack their trainers. Orcas demand more food. Tigers refuse to perform. Indeed, these animals are rebelling with intent and purpose. They become the true heroes, and our understanding of them will never be the same.”
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